(and thanks for the response on the LDS post, Larry) I will be meeting with a couple of ladies from a group called Church of God, World Missions Society; I guess they are from Korea. They go out two by two, door to door, and ask you if you obey the passover as Christ did. They're core teaching is Christ, yet they say you must observe the passover at the correct time and date each year. Also, you must obey the commandments, including celebrating the Sabbath on Saturday. The younger of the two (they emulated Mormonism to no end, these two) declared that justification is by faith and works. Now, at the time, we had to cut the meeting short ('twas Mother's day). But, looks like they will be coming over next Sunday; they want to have a "Bible Study." Before our discussion cut off, I got them to condense the topic to that of justification by faith or by faith and works. They kept trying to get me into a monologue (on their side) on the Sabbath and Passover and the commandments. I wanted to go to the heart of the matter, stick with justification, and deal with that as the most important issue. Has anyone ever heard of these folks? I kept asking questions to try and figure out what they teach and believe to better understand how they arrive at their interpretations of passages. I am very confused as to what role they believe the Holy Spirit plays, or what they believe sanctification is, or what they believe justification is, and so forth. Any guidance would be appreciated, along with prayers. When they do return, my plan (of course, my plans are eventually subject to change based on God's plan) is to discuss Rom. iv. and justification. Like with Mormons, I love to discuss grace. Let God be the justifier of the ungodly, and save them by His grace.